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Michael D’Arcy: Britain failed in ‘divide and conquer’ strategy

D’Arcy said the support of the remaining 26 EU states had been crucial in arriving at last week’s deal

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
10th December, 2017

Minister of State for Finance Michael D’Arcy has said the united front from other EU states prevented the British government from adopting a “divide and conquer” strategy over Brexit.

He said the support of the remaining 26 EU states had been crucial in arriving at last week’s deal, which contained a pledge from the British government that it would keep the status quo in place in the North to avoid a...

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